Virtual Treadmill Walking Tour


A virtual walking tour of Missoula, MT in winter is a great way to get exercise in harsh weather. Missoula is in what is called the banana belt but that’s relative. It’s still cold, just not as cold as eastern part of the state.

4K City Walks: Missoula Montana virtual treadmill walking tour

Train depot in Missoula, Montana
Classic old train depot in Missoula on the other side of downtown

Missoula, Montana is a major university town in Western Montana. I stopped by Missoula on a cold winters day and took a walk starting at the old train depot. I made my way across the Clark’s Fork with pancake ice over to the University of Montana campus and the Grizzly statue there. While it’s cold, it’s not too bad for Montana. Western Montana gets more moisture so the snow sticks around a bit more.

Missoula is know for hippies and outdoor activities. The downtown area has lots of restaurants and hotels and great shops. If you are roadtripping through Glacier Country in Montana, it makes a great stop.

The Clark River cuts through the center of town just on the edge of the older business district. The University sits on the south side of the river and you can access it via a foot bridge. Today the river carried lots of ice due to the cold but in the summer they have an artificial wave that people surf.

Ice in clark fork river in Missoula
The ice chokes the Clark Fork river in Missoula, MT

When the weather outside is frightful, treadmill walks are the way to go. But, they can be a bit boring so I film these virtual tours of cities to help get you through that workou. Keep on steppin’ and Hope you enjoy. -Henry

Explore more Missoula Walks below:
Missoula, Montana – Virtual Treadmill Walk
Missoula, MT Summer Walking Tour
Missoula Montana Downtown Walk
Campus Tour of Montana University in Missoula

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